Well, it looks like the pitbull put on some lipstick. Or the thug tried on a sequined dress, garish lipstick, clear heels, and glitter. It's not a stretch to say that if Liberace was alive today, he might own this motorcycle. It's fabulous and butch all at the same time. Okay, we might be overstating it, but has there ever, in the decade of Harley's CVO (Custom Vehicle Operations) project been a bike that less resembled its base model? In the past, just about all of the CVO (previously Screamin' Eagle)-branded bikes have been significantly different from the bike they derived from, but without an exception, they were enhanced versions that perhaps an average buyer of said model might have done on their own anyway. In the case of the Fat Bob, it's not enhancement, it's more like a reimagining. Raw, dark and dangerous becomes flashy, bright and brassy. We might be tempted to slam this bike and it's extra $10k worth of whistles, bells and baggage if it weren't for two things: a) Makeovers like this are what customizing is all about and b) It works so darn well.